Register for an acctivity at the Club's monthly meeting or by contacting the Leader directly

  The Calendar is updated regularly however always check with the Leader to confirm arrangements

  A complete description of and information about the activity is provided at the Club meeting prior to the activity

  It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit enough for the activity. 

We have a grading system but even so, what can be an easy walk for one person may be quite strenuous for another.  MINIMUM REQUREMENT FOR CLUB WALKS:  Any new members not from another Bushwalking Club must first participate in a training walk up "The Mongrel" (Mount Cotton) prior to engaging in any of our Redland Bushwalkers Club walks, which are rated 3 or higher in difficulty.

  DW = Day Walk   BC = Base Camp   TW = Through Walk   AB = Abseiling    CYC = Bike Ride    
  SOC = Social    KAY = Kayaking    TR = Training






Short Under 10km per day.


Graded track or open terrain, no scrub.


Easy, suitable for beginners.


Medium 10-15km per day.


Off track, bush, minor scrub, rainforest, rock hopping, minor scrambling.


Medium, Reasonable fitness required.


Long 15-20 km per day.


As above + thick scrub. Major rock scrambling using hands.


As above + agility required.


Extra Long 20km+ per day.


As above + rope and technical ability required.


Hard strenuous, fit walkers only.

  KIT LISTS FOR WALKING   -   Day Walk Kit List   -   Through Walk Kit List



As of 13 July 2020



Covid-19 restrictions to Club activities:  Covid 19 Sign On Sheet

  1. Maximum 10 people on any activity, including the leader
  2. No carpooling
  3. All participants must sign on and off every activity 
  4. Participants to practice good personal hygiene (eg regularly washing hands and using hand sanitiser, coughing or sneezing into elbow)
  5. Participants to physically distance while taking part (keeping 1.5m from each other)
  6. If a chosen venue is crowded, an alternative should be sought. 

If participants have even a hint of cold or flu-like symptoms, please stay at home.

If a leader quizzes you about your movements during the restrictions please don't be offended, as they are just being very cautious. None of us want to see another outbreak, especially among our fellow members. 




  JULY 2020    

Wed 1st Jul: SURVEY. M 5 5. Day walk, Neuram Creek Tributary, D’Aguilar NP (Mt Mee section). About 10km along tracks and creek. Includes waterfalls and rock pools with potential for getting wet. I haven’t done this before so it’s a survey with all the usual possibilities of rough terrain, dodgy navigation etc. However, we won’t get lost! The start is about 1.5hrs drive from Cleveland. Contact Tracy 0417 665 382,


Wed 1st Jul – DW S T2 F2 - Bayview Conservation Area- German Church Road.  Meeting point will be at the end of German Church Road (not the carpark).  It will be a lovely stroll through native bushland for around 8km's.  We will meet at 9:30am to miss school traffic.  Bring a pole, hat, sunscreen, repellent, morning tea etc.  Should be a lovely morning. Contact: Monica De Leacy


Fri 3rd Jul - Sun 5th Jul – TW- M T6 F6 Sundown Northern Circuit. Description: Friday morning we drive down to Sundown National Park and start walking around 10am. We walk up to Mount Lofty and then down to Severn River, all on forest roads. We camp on a knoll above the river. Saturday is an off track walk through the beautiful Severn River Gorge past Nundubbermere Falls. We will camp the night at the mouth of Red Rock Creek Gorge.  Sunday we follow Red Rock Creek upstream to the huge wall of Red Rock Waterfall where we scramble up the side to a viewing platform. We then follow the 4WD roads back to the cars. Contact: Mats 0423 718 811

  Wed 8th DW M T3 F3 - Spring Mountain  - Near Ipswich. Mainly tracks and fire trails and a bit of exploring.  Interesting area that we don't often go to.  8:30 Start.  If anyone is interested ---.    LIvely views to the back of Flinders Peak, Goodman, main range Greenbank.  There is a gate into the water tower.  You can park at the  gate or inside on the Left side. Morning tea at Spring Mountain.  Then we walk out to the balancing rock, then head back and try and find this ridge that will take us off track down to the creek.  Lunch there somewhere (and if I can't find this off track down the ridge then back the same way we came in:).  Cross over creek and back on to the trail to our cars by 3ish.  Good thing it is school holidays so traffic will be easier getting out of Greenbank. Contact Amanda 0401 017 941.       

Fri 10th Jul  DW S 2 2 -  Scribbly Gums Conservation Park 7km, approx 2-2.5hr including a morning tea stop. A pleasant easy amble on relatively flat dirt tracks through the conservation park. We'll follow a circuit (shared mountain bike tracks) through open scribbly gum forest, casuarina groves and along a section of Hilliards Creek.  Suitable for beginners or anyone who doesn't want to walk too fast. Meet at the end of Coburg St West (nearest intersecting street Sunshine Drive, near cemetery) about 8:45am to start walking at 9am. Park at the end of the cul-de-sac or on side of street (note no toilet facilities).  We'll follow the paved bikeway for a short distance before entering the conservation area. Limit 10 people with appropriate social distancing as required. Contact Leah Stephens - / / 0499234606. (for anyone that knows the area, we'll be following Bondi track, Hammer, Little Scrubber, Flow Control, Magic, Lower Magic, Platypus loop and back along Orchid to close the circuit.)


Fri 17th DW M F3 T3 - Mt Mitchell. Cunningham's Gap   leaving Redlands at 6:30, takes approx. 1.5-2 hours depending on traffic.  Met at the top of Cunningham's Gap on the crest.  The  car park is on the right hand side.  There ae toilets there.  Start walking by 8:30.  Walk is on track, not too strenuous, mostly all uphill.  Morning tea at the top.  Bring a themos if you want to have a hot drink.  Views out to Fassifern and Millar Vale Creek valleys,  and Mounts  Maroon LIndesay, Barney.  It will be cooler up there so bring something warm to put on at the top.  Poles might be useful.  Lunch back at the car.  If interested, text Amanda 0401 017 941



Weekend 25th /26th Jul – TW L T5  F5 (TBC)  Steamers. We plan to drive out to the end of Emu Creek Road on Friday night and camp there (a few creek crossings so not good for low vehicles).  In the morning we will head up to the Steamers taking in view from the Stern and then on to Lizard Point where we will camp Saturday night.  On Sunday we will continue over Mt Roberts to Mt Superbus and then down to visit the wreck of the Lincoln bomber and back to Emu Creek.  Limit 6.  More info to follow. Contact Judy Moody-Stuart 0408 874 315 or Bea Berger 0409 828 589 

  AUGUST 2020    

Fri 7th - Sun16  BASE CAMP DATE CLAIMER     A group of RBW members is plannibg to do the six-day Carnarvon Great Walk between 8-15 August, staying the night before and possibly two nights after at the extremeliy civilised Takarakka camping area: For details on the camping area Click here: (https://www.takarakka.comau/)                       

This is a golden opportunity for a base camp at the same time.  This is on the assumption that travel will still be allowed, and that camping areas are open (currentliy they are not taking any bookings). Click here for a link to the park:  (

If you are intereted, please contact Malcolm on

  Wed 12th Aug Club Meeting at Indigiscapes 17 Runnymede Road Capalaba 7pm for a 7.30 start    
  Sun 16th Aug - FMR -  Basic Navigation. To nominate email:    
  SEPTEMBER 2020    
  Sun 6th Sep - FMR - Operating an incorporated association in QLD. To nominate email:    
  Wed 9th Sep Club Meeting at Indigiscapes 17 Runnymede Road Capalaba 7pm for a 7.30 start    

Sun 13th DW S T3 F3 Mount Cotton: This walk is approx 6 km return and takes about two hours.  Suitable as an introductory walk for prospective new members or a training walk for members.  (There is the option to take the harder walk up Mongrel Hill). We will leave  from the Green Box at 7:00 am.  Plenty of parking on the opposite side of the road in a cleared gravel area in front of property No 712-730 West Mount Cotton Road, Sheldon.  Hiking poles are recommended as there are loose gravel spots. For Directions and More information Click Here  Contact Jean Perlin 0401 213 315 Email:    

OCTOBER 2020    
  Wed 14th Oct Club Meeting at Indigiscapes 17 Runnymede Road Capalaba 7pm for a 7.30 start    
  NOVEMBER  2020    

Fri 6th to Sun 8th Nov RBC Christmas Breakup 2020. Further details to follow    
  Wed 11th Nov Club Meeting at Indigiscapes 17 Runnymede Road Capalaba 7pm for a 7.30 start    
  DECEMBER 2020    
  DATE CLAIMER FOR 2021 : (August,  Friday 6th - Monday 9th 2021)  Moreton Island Camping.  Walking Weekend 4 days. Date claimer. More information early 2021.  Weekend has been booked with Alan Gennings at Blue Lagoon. Leader: Carmel Cash M: 0438 242 249 E:    


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